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Though raised in a Christian family, the son of a Pastor, and a faithful tithe-paying member of a Presbyterian Church, Mr Seongmin Jeon did not know he needed to be saved if he was ever going to be in heaven. He learned his need, as a lost sinner, through the witness of his wife, and found salvation in Christ and assurance of salvation through Hebrews 9:12, a verse which speaks of eternal redemption obtained once for all by the Lord Jesus at the cross (Testimony given July 31st 2017)

PART 7 – Mervyn Hall preaches on the church at Laodicea (Rev 3:14-22). This was the assembly known for being “lukewarm”. But what does this mean? Mervyn suggests that the assembly was a mixture of saved (hot) and lost (cold) and thus was nauseating to God. God counsels the assembly in Laodicea to buy gold tried in the fire, buy white raiment and anoint their eyes with eye salve. The meaning of these expressions is expounded (Message preached 30th July 2017)

PART 6 – Joshua Jacob preaches on the church at Philadelphia (Rev 3:7-13). This was the assembly that had a little strength, that “kept God’s word” and did not deny His name. To them was given the promise “I will keep thee from the hour of temptation”. They were an evangelistic assembly, before whom God has set an open door. Much can be learned from a study of this commendable company of the Lord’s people! (Message preached 23rd July 2017)

PART 5 – Michael Penfold preaches on the church at Sardis (Rev 3:1-6). The city of Sardis had a great history, was in a great location, possessed great wealth and was proud of its “great culture”. It had a reputation! But in reality its great days were in the past. In like manner, the assembly at Sardis had a reputation for being alive – but the Lord said they were dead. This message is a challenge to formal, dead, complacent Christianity (Message preached 16th July 2017)

PART 4 – Jonathan Black preaches on the church at Thyatira (Rev 2:18-29). Despite this assembly’s many good points, it was marked by a tolerance of error. It was allowing a woman (“Jezebel”) to teach and to mislead the Christians. This message serves as a warning against compromise and weakness in assembly principles, especially as to the subject of “women’s ministry” (Message preached 9th July 2017)

Eugene Higgins preaches on “the finished work of Christ”. That is to say, when the Lord Jesus died, He offered to God a full, final and faultless sacrifice for sins…and in so doing “finished the work” that His Father gave Him to do. Now salvation is available “without works” to the person who trusta in Christ. Mr Higgins uses the life story of Hudson Taylor as the springboard for this message. Click here for the handout (Message preached July 2nd 2017)

Eugene Higgins preaches on “God’s faithful and trustworthy Word”, the Bible (Rev 22:6, 1 Tim 1:15). You can be sure of an eternal destiny in heaven by believing what God says in His word! Mr Higgins emphasises three characteristics of God’s trustworthy Word – its simplicity, its immediacy and its certainty. He uses the life story of William Tyndale as the springboard for this message, Click here for the handout (Message preached July 1st 2017)

Eugene Higgins preaches on Isaiah 45:22. Why not open your Bible now and look at this verse as Mr Higgins draws out 4 great truths from it? There’s a very helpful section in this message where Mr Higgins runs through typical objections to salvation and provides insightful Biblical answers. Mr Higgins uses the life story and conversion of C.H. Spurgeon as the springboard for this message. Click here for the handout (Message preached June 30th 2017)

Eugene Higgins preaches on 2 Cor 5:20 – “We beseech you, as ambassadors for Christ, be ye reconciled to God”. He uses the life story and martyrdom of John and Betty Stam as the springboard for this message. Why did they go to China to preach the gospel? Ultimately because they loved Christ and valued the souls of the dying millions to whom they preached. Do you value your soul? Click here for the handout (Message preached June 29th 2017)

Eugene Higgins preaches on “God’s love for His enemies” from Rom 5:6-10. When Christ came to earth He was “hated without a cause”, rejected and slain. All of us, from birth, are at enmity with God due to the miserable and sinful state we find ourselves in by nature – a nature that manifests itself in wicked words, thoughts and deeds. Yet, God loved us even when we were enemies! Mr Higgins uses the story of Jim Elliot as the springboard for this message. Click here for the handout (Message preached June 27th 2017)

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